I remember your smile like it was yesterday and the way your voice cracked when you spoke later in life. I can picture you with Grandma and the look of love in her eyes when she looked your way. I remember cookies from a tin and the kitchen while you and mum conversed. Plus sometimes popping up the stairs while Keith and family lived up there, spending ages on the exercise bike in the front room (I think that memory is the only reason I like exercise bikes now), uncle Burt sitting in the recliner chair out the back room and that beam from the doorway between the kitchen and the backroom wacking me on the noggin one night (back in the 70's) when I slept over. I'll miss you Aunty Pat and I know mum feels bad we didn't visit more often when we lived in Sydney.
What I treasure the most and will always remember is your sense of humour and the laughter! Gee we had the best laughs! Thank you! May you be at peace and I wish you well on your journey! Love you always, Gai xx
I am so sorry we didn't get to have a coffee at Roselands with your friends! We love you and will miss you very much. Ann xx
Grandma, we will miss you.....we loved having Maccas with you and we also loved the Chocolates and $1 coins you gave us everytime we saw you. We are going to miss your hugs and kisses. Every night we look for the brightest star so we know you are looking over us....Love Mykaela, Zoe and Lochlin xxx
Nan...........I'm going to miss our chats over coffee and cake.....I hope you can rest now while continuing on your loving way......Love Nathan xx
Aunty Pat had a big influence on my life. She was my God Mother. I had never seen her angry, there was always a smile on her face and she always made me feel important. She introduced me at a young age to live theatre, something that I have continued to enjoy. She loved her family so much. There were always photos to look at to keep me up to date with what they were all up to. I am going to miss her so much. Rest in peace Aunty Pat